Taking selfie has become very popular now a days. It may be fashion due to self love, testing yourself in front face camera or may be fun. Some times people put themselves in danger just for this fun and entertainment.
Japanese astronaut Aki Hoshide took this selfie while visiting the international space station
American reporter Kelly Nash showed the perils of being spectator by posting this shot, while attending a Boston red box batting practice in a baseball ground.
Russian model Viki Odintcova risked her life for the perfect shot in Dubai. The model is pictured leaning on a high-rise building with no support or equipment except for the boy whose hand she was holding. The man also appears not to have any support except a small beam beside him that he’s leaning on with the other hand.
The bear selfie, a new craze that involves taking a picture of oneself with a bear in the background. This dangerous craze of people has forced the US forest services to plead with tourists to leave the animals alone.
Wu Yongning, 26, died in November 2017 after falling from a 62-story building in the city of Changsha, China. He was a Chinese daredevil known for scaling skyscrapers without safety equipment to snap selfies.
The fearless diver Aaron Gekoski took a risky selfie while swimming with the sharks in South Africa.
A wider shot of brave photographer Nik Haliks as he snaps a selfie next to Ben-bow Volcano